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Brent Crawford
BRENT CRAWFORD was born in Kansas but moved to Los Angeles and then New York to pursue an acting career. He has worked in theater, film, TV, and commercials. He's also written numerous plays and scripts, as well as waited tables, bartended, sold hardware and clothing, worked construction, and... show more

BRENT CRAWFORD was born in Kansas but moved to Los Angeles and then New York to pursue an acting career. He has worked in theater, film, TV, and commercials. He's also written numerous plays and scripts, as well as waited tables, bartended, sold hardware and clothing, worked construction, and even dumped airplane toilets (where do you think it goes?). He's now a pro writer, back in Kansas (yeah!).
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Mike Mullin, Author
Mike Mullin, Author rated it 7 years ago
Just about died laughing.
Cassandra Lost in Books
Cassandra Lost in Books rated it 8 years ago
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!! Wish I could give it more!! Totally rocked!!! I got this audiobook through the SYNC summer program which I think it fantastic!! I hope they continue this every year :) The cover definitely makes you think high school :) I like this cover much ...
Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 9 years ago
I haven’t read many books that have a male main character. But I’m so glad I read Carter Finally Gets It. Brent Crawford had me laughing my butt off.Will Carter is an ordinary 14 year old boy. He only thinks about girls and the possibilities of sex. He also has many opportunities to grow during ...
Books etc.
Books etc. rated it 9 years ago
sync is a dud for me this week. those who wants can download until July 10th hereI'm deleting it from my pod,it's too juvenile for me and i'd rather hear some singspiel
ErikaWasTaken
ErikaWasTaken rated it 12 years ago
I waivered between 3&4 stars due to the voice. In the end the fact that Carter was so endearing won out. It was a great peak into the mind of the average teenage boy. The mistakes were heartbreaking and the triumphs, well triumphant. As others have mentioned, the voice sometimes reads as a 30 year-o...
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